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Voice Actors

Aaron Dismuke is an American voice actor, adaptive writer and director who works primarily with Funimation Entertainment. He got his start voice acting at age 9, as Hiro Sohma in Fruits Basket, moving on to voice Alphonse Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist by age 12. Since then, he’s voiced various roles including Leonardo Watch in Blood Blockade Battlefront, Van Fanel in Escaflowne (2016 version), Oscar in RWBY, Reinhard in Legend of the Galactic Heroes, Yo Takami in Deadman Wonderland, Twelve in Terror in Residence, Arslan in The Heroic Legend of Arslan, and Lucifer in Devil is a Part Timer. He worked as assistant director for Ninja Slayer and Fairy Tail, and director for Shomin Sample and Nanbaka. He’s part of the ADR writing teams that adapted scripts for Fairy Tail, Nanbaka, Tokyo Ghoul, and Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory.


You’ve seen him, you’ve heard him. Lending his voice to countless characters in animation, feature films, video game, commercials, apps and more, Jason Marsden has been working full force in the entertainment biz since he was 12. In the 90s he was a familiar face on such shows as “Boy Meets World”, “Full House”, and “Step by Step”. In voice over, Jason can be heard most notably as Max, Goofy’s son in “A Goofy Movie”. Marsden provided the voice for Haku, the mysterious boy/dragon in Hayao Miyazaki’s, Academy Award Winning, “Spirited Away”. Every Halloween, we bet you’ve heard him as Thackery Binx in Disney’s “Hocus Pocus”. He’s voiced many popular characters including Chester in “Fairly Odd Parents”, Impulse in “Young Justice”, reporter, Snapper Carr in “Justice League”, Duke in “GI JOE: Renegades”, Tino Tontini in Disney’s “The Weekenders”, as well as some well-known felines: Kovu in “Lion King 2”, and Nermal in “The Garfield Show”.


In 2000, Jeremy Inman was working as a Firefighter/Paramedic when a friend of his got him to audition for a show called DragonBall Z. That day he got the part of Android 16 and has been working in the industry ever since. Since Android 16, he has voiced characters in countless shows over the years, favorites include JJ in Yuri! On Ice, Taurus in Fairy Tail, Magellan in One Piece, and Yo in Dagashi Kashi. Just recently, he was cast as Magne in My Hero Academia. Since his beginnings as a voice actor, Jeremy has moved into full time voice directing for Funimation. He is especially proud of titles like his current shows Golden Kamuy, and Space Battelship Tiramisu. Others include Saga of Tanya the Evil, Saiyuki Reload Blast, ReLife, and Akashic Records Bastard Magic Instructor.Aside from his voice and Directing work in anime, Jeremy also has experience working as a 1st AD in Film and television.


With over 150 credits to his name, Jerry Jewell can be heard in a wide variety of shows. He’s probably best known for his roles as Kyo Sohma in Fruits Basket, Jimmy Kudo in Case Closed, Barry the Chopper/Number 66 in Fullmetal Alchemist, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Claire Stanfield in Baccano!, Russia in Hetalia: Axis Powers, and Lau in Black Butler. Recent roles include Aion in Show By Rock!!, Momotaro Mikoshiba in Free! Eternal Summer, Yuma Isogai in Assassination Classroom and most recently Kusuo Saiki in (The) Disastrous Life of Saiki K and Victor Nikiforov in Yuri!!! on Ice.


Unfortunately, Brandon and J. Michael have to cancel their appearance at Ohayocon 2019 due to an unexpected family emergency. We wish them and those around him well wishes and hope to see them in the future!


Mike got his start in anime as one of the first voice actors in Texas to be hired by FUNimation Entertainment, and has since moved on to become a Director, Script Writer, and Line Producer for numerous anime series. Notable roles include Master Roshi and Yajirobe inDragon Ball andDragon Ball Z, Baby and Baby-Vegeta inDragon Ball GT, Jean Kirstein inAttack on Titan, Mashirao Ojiro inMy Hero Academia, Otabek Altin inYuri!! On Ice, Carnage Kabuto inOne-Punch Man, Goemon inLupin The Third (Movie Specials), Ritsu Sohma inFruits Basket, Lt. Jean Havoc inFullmetal Alchemist, Cain inTrinity Blood, Buggy the Clown inOne Piece, Kotaro Amon inTokyo Ghoul, “Ranka” Fujioka inOuran High School Host Club, Tybalt inRomeo x Juliet, Leo inBurst Angel, Estonia inHetalia, Crow inShow By Rock, as well as various roles inYu Yu Hakusho,Nerima Daikon Brothers,Kodocha,Desert Punk,Black Cat,Kiddy Grade,Shin Chan,Space Dandy, and many others.


Jake Paque (it rhymes!) is an actor, voice actor, writer and producer. He’s probably best known for playing Professor Sycamore on Pokémon, Dumon in Yu-gi-oh! Zexal, Brandon in Winx Club and Caydan Phoenix in Modern Combat 5. He also voices roles in Gundam Thunderbolt, Gundam Origin, Lastman, Birdboy, Robin Hood: Mischief in Sherwood, Super4, The New Adventures of Peter Pan, Egyxos, Gormiti, DinoFroz and numerous other shows and video games. Jake can also be heard narrating for the History Channel, (saucy) audiobooks and sneaker commercials. Since childhood he’s been an avid storyteller; initially making movies with Lego people and action figures, he quickly graduated to working with real live humans. As a filmmaker, Jake‘s passion is creating and developing original content and bringing those ideas to life on screen. Jake likes loud rock music, comic books, action figures and spaceships (both real and fictional).


For decades, audiences of all ages have enjoyed Bill Farmer’s standout work in vehicles and venues as diverse as his talents – from clubs to conventions, broadcasts to podcasts, and TV screens to movie screens. What began in the standup comedy clubs of America’s heartland has become one of the most colorful careers in Hollywood, with a seemingly endless list of live and recorded performances engaging fans of every demographic.While Bill has famously performed as the official voice of Disney’s Goofy and Pluto since 1986, his sterling voice-acting resume includes thousands of leading and supporting roles in film, television, advertising, consumer products and more. For his unparalleled body of animation-voice work with such leading studios as Pixar, Warner Brothers, Universal and MGM, Bill became the first voice actor to receive the prestigious Friz Freleng Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Animation. Equally distinguished is the immortalizing Disney Legend Award (recognizing individuals whose unique talents have helped shape the Disney legacy), which Bill received with entertainment icons Robin Williams and Betty White. Further adding to Bill’s many honors is the 2015 Annie Award for best acting in a television series and an Emmy nomination for his memorable performances in the hit animated series “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.”


BIO – COMPLETE In the world of anime, Beau has voiced a multitude of characters including: Jet Black in Cowboy Bebop, Ogremon, Saggitarimon and Parrotmon in Digimon, Michael in Argentosoma, Seal Walrus in Wolf’s Rain, Gohei in Rurouni Kenshin, Dee Jay in Super Street Fighter II and many others. He continues to voice The Fourth Raikage and Homura in the animated series Naruto which is currently airing its 13th season on Disney XD. He voices Abraham Douglas in the soon-to-be released animated feature War Of The Worlds: Goliath (which won Best Animated Feature at the Los Angeles 3D Film Festival in 2012). He has narrated several series on The History Channel including Suicide Missions, Hero Ships and Modern Marvels. His video games include: Safari, Outlaws, Dynasty Warriors, Zino, Breakdown, Ace Combat 5, and Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.


Michael Sinterniklaas is a veteran of the anime industry and has worked as a ADR Director, actor, voice actor, script writer, sound engineer, mixer and producer. In 1999, Michael founded NYAV Post, a bicoastal recording studio that has worked on over 500 anime and non-anime titles. Michael is a prolific actor and has voiced countless roles in anime such as Dagger in Black Butler: Book of Circus, Netherlands in Hetalia, Xellos in Slayers Revolution and Evolution-R, Joshua and Kennedy in Pokémon, Lucemon in Digimon, Ivan Karelin, Dark Magician and Mahad in YuGiOh, Origami Cyclone in Tiger & Bunny, Sarutobi Sasuke in Sengoku Basara, Sora and Utakata in Naruto, Age in Patema Inverted, and Takeru in FREEDOM. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg!Outside of anime, he is also well known as the voice of Dean Venture in The Venture Bros, Leonardo in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003) and even Funshine in The Care Bears. He has also appeared in video games such as Final Fantasy XIII, Excom, GTA V, the Lego Movie Game, Xenoblade and is the lead Yew Geneolgia in Bravley Second to name a few.


Sarah Wiedenheft is a voice actor who has provided her voice for a multitude of anime. Some of which include: Zeno from Dragon Ball Super, Tohru from Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid, Charmy from Black Clover, Phos from Land of the Lustrous, Saiko from Tokyo Ghoul, Teresa from Tada Never Falls in Love, Non from Keijo!!!!!!!!, Aika from Shomin Sample, Shihoru from Grimgar of Fantasy and Illusions, Azusa from Orange, Takagi from Karakai Jozu No Takagi-san, Mage from Bikini Warriors, Kotoko from Urahara, Kiriha from Tsugumomo, Sana from Alice & Zoroku, Shera L. Greenwood from How NOT To Summon A Demon Lord, Hikari from Castle Town Dandelion, Yuki from Interviews With Monster Girls, Takano from Tsurezure Children, Kikyo from Classroom of The Elite, and Michella from Blood Battle Blockade Battlefront. She has also lent her voice in a few games, such as: Celeste Luvendass from Huniepop, and Lailani from HunieCam Studio.